It is a thermal insulation material that is formed by the mineral and inorganic stones obtained from the volcanic rocks found in nature and melted between 1400-1500 degrees and turned into fibers and containing 97% natural fiber.
In roofs of buildings, partition walls, exterior insulation, furnaces, insulation of steel doors, shipbuilding, electrical appliances, entertainment venues and cinemas; It has the feature of making high level insulation wherever heat, sound, damp insulation and fire safety is required.
Thanks to its inorganic structure, it does not produce bacteria and microorganisms.
It is an ecological and environmentally friendly product made of natural raw material.
Rock wool has a water repellent feature thanks to its saturated structure.
Since it has vapor permeability, it does not contain steam.
The use of rock wool reduces the need for fossil fuels. For this reason, it will help reduce the CO2 emission and also mitigate ecological events such as climate change.
Since rock wool is resistant to temperatures above 1000 C, it provides vital fire safety. While preventing the spread of fire, it provides firefighters time to respond to fire, save lives and evacuate.
Thanks to its mineral wool fibers, it eliminates the negative external factors such as sound, noise, and offers a peaceful environment.